These two lovely sea lions swept me off my feet during our MOP trip! Badly, I forgot their names but the right one (facing the stage) is a male and the left one is the opposite. Since the program follows a schedule (ours was set at 11AM), you have to be there 15mins. before the show especially if you’re looking for a perfect seat.During the interactive show, the trainers even explained the difference between the seal and sea lion. Sea lions are darker, walk on land, have visible ear flaps and large flippers while seals wriggle their bellies on land, have small flippers and lack visible ear flaps. I’m good listener, huh? Haha. The 30-minute program requires full attention so I didn’t get to take many photos rather enjoyed every bit of it.